Making a dynamic/shared library with Odin is really simple, especially to be called from Python using ctypes.

// example/foo.odin
package example

add :: proc "c" (a, b: i32) -> i32 {
	return a + b

The above code will produce a procedure named add that takes two parameters of type i32 and returns an i32.

To compile this to a dynamic library, it is as simple as:

odin build example -build-mode:dll

This will produce a .dll on Windows or a .so on *nix systems.

Fire up Python and see if you can call your newly created Odin procedure!

import ctypes
from ctypes import c_int32

lib = ctypes.CDLL("example.dll")

lib.add.restype = c_int32
lib.add.argtypes = [c_int32, c_int32]

print(lib.add(123, 456)) # 579